Compare these: the april 2001 bulletin of the Harvard Business School has a Q&A with Suzy Wetlaufer. She seems a nice person to me, both from text and photo.
But then, The Wall Street Journal of 5 March 2002 (is that a new tabloid??) features her too, using the same picture. But what a difference! The story now is on her staff, seeking her resignation as editorial director of the Harvard Business Review. She had interviewed former General Electric CEO Jack Welch, but had become more closer with him.
Why is it so important to mention everywhere, in relation to her resignation, that she is divorced? And that she has 4 children? Put the blame on Jack Welch. Why is the focus on her, not on him?
I think because she is a woman, and good-looking too.